Before the boom of digital photography, a handful of photographers had websites and those who did were indeed visionaries. Their sites were simple, up to the point, and the message was clear: I’m a professional photographer and this is my website to showcase my work.
Unfortunately now days, the trend is 180 degrees backward. Professional and armature photographers compete in an idiotic race of making a flashier website to set them apart, disregarding the fact that it’s not the pretty flash intro or the fancy background illustration that will get them work. In many cases the quality of their work is hideous at best, and the fancy webpage doesn’t even scratch the void.
But you are a professional. You’re an accomplished and very talented artist but sometimes you have to look at your art from the eyes of an average Joe and not through the viewfinder either. I like the general idea of the dark site, it’s simple, it’s elegant, and your photos look great on the background, but the text of the navigation is not readable. (The hover)
The order of the navigation menu is also questionable, since the about page comes before the price page. You need some custom social media integration, (not a plugin, that would take away from the site). Also your price list page is not inviting at all, nor does it make it easy for me to order anything.
But the biggest problem of your website is the page load speed. It is one of heaviest website I have ever seen, and I know exactly why. I work with photographers a lot, and I constantly have to yell at them to keep the sizes down but they never listen. Photographers only think in "print" and not the web, and that's what kills your site eventually.
You need some serious page load time optimization. Here’s the report on your page load which is worst than awful:
Another very important thing that you are overlooking is the SEO. The description for your front page is:
"Fine Art Photography - Which one would you hang on your wall?"
No one, and I repeat, no one will ever search for anything remotely close to what you have in there. This is a business, and a business that can't be found is just another dead page on the internet. You need to figure out what you want out of this site. Is it going to be a representation of your great work? If it is, you need to make it as good as your photos, otherwise you just discredit yourself.
Sorry about the long post, and no disrespect intended. I gave you my honest professional opinion and good luck with your site.